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What is another word for immoderately?

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To the greatest degree
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“The criticism of wasteful or immoderate use of funds is warranted in this case.”
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In a manner of affluence
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To a great or significant extent
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Exuberantly expressing profound passion, enthusiasm, or devotion
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Indulging excessively
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Adverb for overly excessive in amount or degree
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“The beets were sliced on a mandoline and served in a Sherry vinaigrette with an immoderate amount of good olive oil.”
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Adverb for conspicuously or obviously bad, wrong or offensive
“Various friends and colleagues of hers, who were in privileged positions as she herself, were carrying to her all kinds of defamations and gossip against me, which she passed on to Joffe with immoderate exaggerations.”
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Adverb for using or expending without restraint
“The eighth is that he not be immoderate in spending or using things, for all who do so are capable of falling into theft and rapine.”
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Adverb for lacking discipline or restraint
“Such immoderate behavior evoked a town consensus that she was of unsound mind.”
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Adverb for done to excess
“The largest indication of a pump-and-dump scheme might be the immoderate hype built up around a token or undertaking.”
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Adverb for extravagantly reckless or self-indulgent in nature
“Throughout his life, Cheyne struggled to cope with gout, melancholy and obesity generated by an immoderate lifestyle.”
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Adverb for significant or extreme in intensity or severity
“Does the sea not swell and surge before the blasts of immoderate winds?”
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Adverb for unreasonably harsh or severe
“Roman actions in this period from Vespasian to Trajan, judged by ancient standards, brought severe but not immoderate treatment of a people regarded as rebellious.”
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Adverb for much too high, especially in price
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Adverb for plentiful or abundant in amount
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Adverb for obsessively passionate about or devoted to something
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Adverb for a hefty amount or abundant
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Adverb for causing great and irreparable damage
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